Disco Biscuits Live at Starland Ballroom on 2006-02-24
- Live concert
- Disco Biscuits
02 Sweating Bullets
03 Little Betty Boop
04 Strawberry Girl >
05 Svenghali > (1)
06 Strawberry Girl
07 Little Lai
Set II (Disc 2)
02 Munchkin Invasion
04 Daytripper Tuning/Banter
05 Digital Buddha >
06 Cyclone >
07 Digital Buddha
Set II cont'd. (Disc 3)
03 Aquatic Ape
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|Little Betty Boop|
|Strawberry Girl >|
|Svenghali > (1)|
|Digital Buddha >|
PLAN C APPROVED
Tracked by: Brian Porter
Reviewed by: Chris Mian and Brian Porter
- 2006-03-02 19:18:32
- Sound Forge > .flac > Sound Studio (tracking) > xACT > .flac
- Sayreville, NJ
- Taped by
- George Ewing (firstname.lastname@example.org
- Transferred by
- George Ewing (email@example.com)
- Starland Ballroom
Subject: Starland run: Day Two
Subject: Starland Night 2- Set I
I have to agree w/the other reviewer about Little B.B.: nice standalone. For me it happens after the 8 min. mark with a neat little jazzy; bass driven, head game. A lot going on from there till the end.
Again, as suggested by someone else here I gave a sincere listen to Straw-inverghali-girl and I must say I found it to be an interesting ride. Overall- I think Strawberry Girl is a good song, but for some other band- which- I don't know. The first couple min. of inverghali are real nice, I mean... real nice: but then- sloppy. It's regained after the chorus, into the jam. From there Allen begins to really thud, then comes Brownie and from there it becomes so upbeat... I know- it leads back into STRAAAAAAAWBGirl, but it forces the svenghali in a different way- kinda neat.
A well played Lai.
I Loved Me Some Munchkin.
What a seriously passionate I-Man, I will groove to this one again: but be careful of a spike at 21:00 min. mark.
Good recording, Thank You
Can't listen to anymore now.
Peace and Much Groove
Subject: STraaaaawberry guurrrrrrrrlllll
Second Set was awesome, personally I enjoyed every song I saw that night but the I-man definately stood out along with the Buddha....Aquatic Ape encore?? F**%$ Yea!!
Subject: Solid show
Set II though is where the magic happens. The Munchkin is hot, though the jam is somewhat repetative, it delivers a good version. The Buddha > Cyclone > Buddha was the meat of this show I would say. Its a nice transition into Cyclone and even though moving back into Buddha wasnt as smooth as it could have been, it was a great moment to hear.
This show is worth a download. I would say 2/25 is leaps better, but still worth a listen.
Subject: Awesome show
Subject: Another night at Starland
Subject: sick show
Subject: A night to remember....
Subject: One Hot Munchkin!
Munchkin is outstanding, one of the most fun performances these ears have heard. I-Man is likewise great, although I'm reminded a bit of '99 in the sense that you get alot of Magner synth-work, bass and guitar blend in, and the drums propel the music along. Then Barder tears in with a lead, and takes things up a notch. Interesting of late, the first jam is loud and intense, the second, more quiet and dynamic, leadin up to loud and intense again.
Digital>Cyclone>Buddha is probably pedestrian. Greater performances will follow. Likewise, Spy is hinting at what it will become. Magner's piano solo in Spy is a rhythmic adventure nontheless.
Ape is entirely rocking, almost too much to be Ape. But with the Disco Biscuits, anything can be reinvented in context of itself. And has been. I can't speak for the band, of course, and I don't know the future.
Nontheless, good things will follow.
Sound quality is good, although a few bursts of feedback blast through. The crowd is impressively mixed, never above the music, but you can clearly hear everyone singing the first chorus to I-Man.
Subject: absolutely sick night
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